According to The Athletic, Luke Shaw hamstring injury in the match against Everton in the English Premier League Round 8. England defender will be out for 4-6 weeks. Shaw will miss the match against West Brom, Southampton, West Ham, Manchester City, Sheffield, Leeds in the Premier League, alternating as the matches in the Champions League with Basaksehir, PSG, Leipzig and the quarterfinal match Carling Cup with Everton.
Shaw was hurt in the game against Everton
Injury of former Southampton will be the opportunity to rookie Alex Telles prove themselves. Brazilian defender has resulted negative for coronavirus and is ready to play the next time. Earlier, Telles played 67 minutes as United won 2-1 PSG in the European Cup group stage.
Shaw stone 7 games for United in the last 22 days and do not reach top form. He was one of the worst players in the club's disastrous 1-6 over Tottenham in the Premier League. Though unhappy with the performance of pupils, but coach Ole Gunnar Solskjær said Shaw's injury is how scheduling implications of scientific squad of Premier League organizers.
Last weekend, the "Reds" has been placed stones at 12h30 (local time) after the match in Istanbul (Turkey) in the Champions League on Wednesday. "How you can expect the best players express their inception stones at 12pm? A real joke, "said Solsa after 3-1 win over Everton. "A month ago we were trying to change the match calendar.
Why should we rock on Saturday, while able to play on Sunday and then a break? This period is extremely difficult for everyone, not just the players. Our players have been arranged to lose today with this schedule. "
After the game against Everton, Marcus Rashford also met a shoulder injury, while Victor Lindelof met back problem. However, both cases are not too worrying.
After the period for the national team, the student of Solskjaer will return to England to face the dense schedule, with a density of from 3 to 4 days a match. Even at the end of December, "Reds" must play 3 games in 4 days, from 24/12 to 28/12, respectively Everton, Leicester and Wolves.